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Why are white contact lenses so popular?

Joanna Cesarz wearing white contact lensesIt may seem strange but when it comes to contact lenses white ones are generally considered particularly creepy. This is probably because they can give the impression that their wearer has no eyes at all or at the least is without an iris, this is totally inhuman and not something we see normally. This explains why white contacts are very popular, especially around special occasions such as Halloween or comic book conventions which feature anime and movie characters and creatures.

If you want to look really creepy or disturbing, you can try white coloured contact lenses. With their help, you can easily transform yourself into a zombie, an evil spirit or any one of dozens of other otherworldly creatures and become the star of your party.

Our collection of white contacts includes not only regular ones but also sclera lenses, which cover the entire cornea, making the iris practically disappear. In addition, you can choose white screen lenses which are awesome, and cover the entire iris and pupil with a mesh pattern and achieve an even creepier look, giving the impression that you are totally blind (you can actually see through them but your vision will be slightly limited).

Depending on the model you select you can give your eyes varying degrees of strangeness. The mesh pattern of white screen contacts will cover your whole iris as well as the pupil, providing a particularly freaky dead-eyed appearance. Large diameter white lenses, such as Venus or Deadpool go well with alien or ghostly themed creations, whereas simple standard diameter lenses with a black ring such as White Zombie or Lunatic are highly appreciated by Marilyn Manson fans and members of the goth subculture or anyone going zombie! You can even turn into a snake by wearing the white Viper contacts with their slit pupils.

We have both prescription powers and zero power white contact lenses, all of which are a fantastic choice for zombie costumes and are really popular around the time of Halloween. However, they are also appreciated by actors and other artists, who often use them during their performances or at special events. Marilyn Manson's Brian Hugh Warner is just one such example. Horror and mystery-themed theatrical plays have incorporated white eye lenses into the performers' stage makeup for years and it's hard to imagine some of them without this creepy look. We also must not forget about makeup artists and cosplayers, whose creative works in many cases would be really difficult if it wasn't for this great range of products.

Wearing white coloured contact lenses, you don't need to spend too much time or effort on the rest of your costume. The lenses will draw everyone's attention and you'll be much more credible as an undead zombie or another monstrous creature. We've seen them used with a wide variety of minimalist makeups and outfits that did not require much work simply because most of it was completed just by changing the look of the wearer's eyes. What's more, they are often chosen by people with alternative fashion leanings as their everyday beauty accessory because they can transform their face in a matter of seconds which makes them a very convenient and dramatic makeup addition. Fans of the goth subculture also appreciate the creepy look that only white coloured lenses can provide. We've been told by many that they are their favourite makeup accessory for this reason.

Are white contacts bad for your eyes?

If you need vision correction, you'll be happy to know that some of our white contact lenses come in prescription powers, so there will be no need for glasses, which can ruin any costume. In fact, the majority of the most popular Halloween white lenses come with corrective powers. They include models such as Lunatic, White Zombie, Whiteout and Viper. What's more, all contacts presented in this collection are made to the same standards as regular corrective contact lenses and of the same materials too, so their comfort and safety are no different from your regular pair. Their breathability is the same or even higher than in some of the popular “big brands”, so the amount of oxygen they allow to your cornea is just as high as in the regular lenses approved for daily and monthly wear. Just make sure to look after them and keep them clean and you won't have any trouble wearing them for your party or an event.

All zero power white contacts in this collection can be used for as long as a year from opening the vial that they're in. This means that you can wear them for multiple occasions for a whole year! Lenses featuring powers for correcting your eyesight can be worn for up to three months from the moment they're opened for the first time. Remember to use a good quality contact lens solution to clean and store your lenses while you're not using them. If you're only planning on wearing them occasionally, make sure to regularly change the solution in the case for a fresh batch and to replace the case itself every month or two.

Are white contacts safe?

All of our products are made of FDA and CE approved materials, our collection of white lenses provide fantastic comfort and ease of use, allowing you to enjoy yourself without worrying about any unpleasant complications. You can wear them safely for many long hours and party with your friends until sunrise. For more information on safely using contact lenses and contact lenses and makeup, please read the aforementioned articles.

In summary, apart from creepy Halloween contact lenses in our collection you will also find beautiful prescription white contacts suitable for everyday cosmetic use. They provide a striking look to anyone, especially those with very dark irises wanting to completely change their appearance. They are not as freaky or as plain in style and colour as the more solidly pigmented type and their design is a compromise between white and grey so that they provide the most natural look possible. Examples of such products include Cheerful Creamy White lenses manufactured by ColourVue and Queens Solitaire Pearl from Soleko. They both come with a range of corrective powers but the latter is particularly special as it can also be ordered as toric lenses for astigmatism. As such, Solitaire Pearl contacts are available as single lenses with a wide selection of plus and minus powers, different cylinders and axes. Pair them with colourful makeup and you'll be the star of any romantic dinner or a night out.

Look around the collection and choose a pair. Take your pick and become the most terrifying monster you can imagine!

Joanna Cesarz wearing WhiteOut contacts

Customer Reviews for our White Contact Lenses

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1 Tone White (N136)
1 Tone White (N136)
£15.99 £25.99
Cheerful Creamy White
Cheerful Creamy White
£14.99 £21.99
Cross Eyed
Cross Eyed
£14.59 £21.99
Deadpool 17mm Mini Sclera
Deadpool 17mm Mini Sclera
£21.99 £29.99
Jigsaw
Jigsaw
£14.59 £21.99
Lightning
Lightning
£14.59 £21.99
Lunatic
Lunatic
£14.59 £21.99
Medusa 22mm Sclera
Medusa 22mm Sclera
£64.99 £85.99
Minotaur 17mm Mini Sclera
Minotaur 17mm Mini Sclera
£21.99 £29.99
Moon Diablo
Moon Diablo
£14.59 £21.99
Queens Solitaire Pearl
Queens Solitaire Pearl
£26.99 £31.99
Queens Solitaire Pearl Toric
Queens Solitaire Pearl Toric
£23.99 £30.99
Tremor
Tremor
£14.59 £21.99
Venus 17mm Mini Sclera
Venus 17mm Mini Sclera
£21.99 £29.99
Viper
Viper
£14.59 £21.99
White Zombie
White Zombie
£15.99 £21.99